Plastic ban Affects Markets and Customers.

Plastic bags are still being sold illegally in Bangalore. Bangalore, Nov. 20, 2018. After the plastic ban,  paper and cloth bags  manufacturers are seeing profit in Bangalore. But, as paper bags are costly, the supermarkets are rising their prices. Uma Ravi, who  goes to supermarkets regularly, “I will anyways not support plastic, because they are harmful, […]

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Garment Factory Workers Still Fighting for Wage Revision

A committee has been recently formed to look over the new wage demand Bengaluru, Nov. 20, 2018: Jayamma, a worker from a Bengaluru-based garment factory, says in anguish that she receives a salary of just 8,000 rupees a month. She adds, “Many times they set a very high production target and humiliate us to make us […]

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Fraudsters are a Menace for Money Investors

India is considered to be a burgeoning economy, and thus its insurance and other money investment sectors are also flourishing. But cases of fraud being exposed is a major concern for people in  financial sectors, and the significant role these insurance scams play in negatively affecting the insurance sector and lives of people is often […]

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Lack of Cold Storage Facility Hinders HOPCOMS’ Profit

The Horticultural Producers’ Cooperative Marketing and Processing Society Ltd. faces considerable amount of loss every year for not having cold storage facilities. Bengaluru, Sept. 04, 2018 :Fruits and vegetables are highly perishable products and are thus subjected to considerable loss and wastage. They do not have long shelf value, except for certain vegetables such as […]

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Air Conditioner suppliers expect increase in sales this summer

With soaring temperatures in the city, the demand for air conditioners is likely to increase Bangalore, Apr 08, 2018:  Air conditioner dealers, like Croma, Reliance Digital and other local vendors, are expecting a growth in sales this year on account of reports which project a rise in average temperature to 40 degrees this summer. Even […]

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Hefty safeguard duty could severely spike solar energy prices

A 70 per cent safeguard duty being mulled could reverse last year’s crash in prices. Bangalore, April 9, 2018: Solar energy prices could spike significantly, up to Rs. 3.30 to 3.75 per kilowatt hour, if the proposed safeguard duty of 70 per cent on solar modules—mainly imported from China, Taiwan, and Malaysia—is implemented. While a […]

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Bengali restaurant owners to cash in on ‘Noboborsho’

Bengali Restaurants in Bangalore to see a hike in revenue as Bengali New Year dawns upon us Bangalore, April 9, 2018: Bengali New Year, also known as ‘Poila Baisakh’ is on the 15th of April this year. Famous The Bengali restaurants serving authentic Bengali food are expecting a hike in revenue. Swapan Ghosh, Manager at […]

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